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$9,100,000  •  60,171 acres
Positioned within the perimeter of 26 Ranch are the 60,171± deeded acres of New Nevada Lands. Currently leased by 26 Ranch and spanning across Humboldt, Lander and Euerka Counties, these fee owned acres are ideal for grazing land.
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$7,995,000  •  2,300 acres
$8,800,000
Monroe Land and Livestock is an opportunity to own an incredible income generating property. Encompassing 2300+/- total deeded acres, this hay and working cattle ranch has a plethora of water, alfalfa, corn, and grain production, and runs 300 - 500 AU. The 1450 +/- acre headquarters are located in Pershing County, approximately 5 miles south of the town of Lovelock, Nevada and 95 miles northeast of Reno, Nevada. The remaining acreage is located near Battle Mountain, 2 hours away from the headquarters. The headquarters contain all building improvements and crop production. At 3690 foot elevation, 964 irrigated acres yield tons of alfalfa, corn, and grain, while the remaining acreage is used for cattle. Rye Patch Reservoir, owned by the Pershing Water Conservation District (PWCD), supplies water to this ranch. The reservoir has an approximate supply of 213,000 acre feet of water equivalent to a two year supply. PCWD is comprised of landowners of approximately 36,000 irrigated acres. Each owner has a share of the water, based on amount of land owned. This property is a hay and cattle ranch, with tremendous income generating opportunities and benefits from Nevada’s favorable state income tax structure. Property Highlights: • 964 irrigated acres of alfalfa, corn, and/or winter wheat • Fields are laser leveled • 7800 linear feet of concrete water canals • Border-check (bay irrigation) surface irrigation system • Bays are 240 feet in width • 2 single family residences • 2 mobile homes • 1500 ton steel hay barn • 45’ X 75’ all steel insulated shop and grain storage • 30’ X 90’ Steel shop for machine storage • 50’ X 90’ Steel shop for machine and grain storage • Two 5000 gallon fuel tanks with containment • 300 to 500 AU run May to December • Feedlot with cement bunks • 1000 head capacity working pens • $500 per month, radio tower leasing fee
$2,850,000  •  1,058 acres
The C Lazy J Ranch is a 1,058+/- working cattle ranch consisting of three blocks of deeded land plus state and federal grazing permits. The headquarters area consists of about 180 acres in a park-like setting and is the site of the home, equipment sheds, shop/apartment and hay meadows. A pond winds from the house toward Savery Creek where overflow returns to the creek. The cottonwood trees, chokecherry and willow groves, ponds and meadows make great bird and wildlife habitat. The ranch home is a custom, 4,300 sq. ft. home with terrific views of the irrigated meadows, Savery Creek Valley, Bakers Peak and Columbus Mountain. The C Lazy J Ranch headquarters area, located ten miles from the jet-capable Dixon airport and four miles north of the town of Savery, Wyoming, has nearly a mile of scenic Savery Creek which provides good fishing and irrigation water. Just under Horse Mountain, the 638-acre sage and serviceberry spring pasture supports cattle, deer and antelope. The 240-acre mountain lands, surrounded by the Medicine Bow National Forest, are very pretty with sage parks and aspen groves reaching up to some pine and spruce trees at the base of Battle Mountain. The ranch parcels support countless varieties of wildlife including bear, mountain lion, moose, elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer, sandhill cranes, blue herons, and Canada geese. Contact Ron Morris or Christy Belton.